Juniors interested in taking the PSAT/NMSQT need to let Mrs. Bellamey know this week. Email her or sign up and mark as PSAT/NMSQT.
Seniors, if you are interested in attending SIU next year, apply! The application fee will be waived until October 31.
Ms.Owens's class is participating in the Too Good for Drugs class via Google Meets with Mrs. Teresa Goddard.
Ms. Thweatt's Fourth graders can not mask their love for reading. Flashlight Friday's make reading so much fun!
Substitute Teachers, Substitute Instructional Aides, Substitute Custodians, and Cooks are needed. Search under Employment Opportunities for more information and to apply today!
Coach Kreuter's students enjoying Frisbee golf.
Sixth graders love taking tests on their chromebooks!
Ms Carder's students working diligently on their Chrome Books.
Ms. Godfrey's students preparing for the day.
Ms. Lowery's class working on picnic tables for the front of Joppa Jr/Sr High School. Thanks to Lowe's on Hinkleville Road in Paducah for your donation. We appreciate your contribution to our school and community.
Mr. Goddard's class showing how to get a complete shine back on an old truck. Great work...
Joppa/Maple Grove School District # 38 would like to thank C & W Automotive of Metropolis for their donation of over 200 bottles of Germ-X sanitizer to our schools. We have an amazing community...Thanks again for thinking of us.
Seniors and Senior parents/guardians be sure to visit the Before College to learn about the many outreach initiatives offered by ISAC. Along with online resources to explore careers, find colleges, and learn about applying for financial aid, they'll find information about the ISACorps, which is a group of recent college graduates who are trained to serve as near peer mentors to high school students, helping students and their families navigate the process of applying to and entering college. Go to https://www.isac.org/students/ for this information.
Juniors & Seniors who are interested to learn more about SIU-E should sign up outside Mrs. Bellamey's guidance room. A virtual meeting will be set up for these individuals.
It is time for high school seniors planning to start college in the fall of 2021 to create an FSA ID. Go to https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch to create your FSA ID. This ID will be used in October when completing the FAFSA. FAFSA results are used to determine eligibility for the MAP grant, as well as several other forms of federal, state and institutional financial assistance. The 2021-22 FAFSA, which will require 2019 income information, should be completed as soon after October 1, 2020 as possible.
Educational Talent Search (as known as TRIO) is a federal program funded by the United States Department of Education and sponsored by Shawnee Community College. The ETS program is dedicated to increasing middle and high school retention/graduation rates as well as post-secondary completion. Services are provided FREE of charge. Parent/Guardians of interested sixth grade students through seniors, please complete all items. All information will remain confidential. Application: https://botform.compansol.com/201904327230040 Middle School Assessment: https://botform.compansol.com/201904599765064 High School Assessment: https://botform.compansol.com/201904270323040
Meet Zoey! She is the new adopted calf of Mrs. Peck’s Second Grade Class. We will be following her growth and learning about the “Dairy” life throughout the year.
Parents of 4th - 12th Graders . If you have not yet filled out the Chrome book agreement or paid the technology fee please do so at your earliest convenience. Chrome books will be allowed to be taken home for those that have met that requirement on Thursday afternoon. Students will be expected to charge their devices prior to returning to school each day. Please see Deanna at Joppa Jr/Sr High or Donna at Maple Grove if you still need to fill out the agreement or pay the fee.
The University of Illinois ROTC will be visiting our campus to see all high school students on September 25th during 2nd and 3rd period. We are looking forward to the visit from the Navy and Marine Corps active duty instructors.